Transforming the delivery of health and social care

Launch debate
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The King's Fund

About this event

While recognising that progress has been made in improving the performance of the NHS in the last decade, The King's Fund believes that the current health and social care system has failed to keep pace with the needs of an ageing population, the changing burden of disease and rising patient and public expectations. It is increasingly clear that a fundamental transformation is needed in the design and delivery of health and social care to meet the challenges of the future.

Highlights from this event

Anna Dixon introduces the report

Anna Dixon

Anna Dixon introduces the key findings from our new report, Transforming the delivery of health and social care: the case for fundamental change.

Listen to Anna's presentation

David Dalton gives his response

David Dalton

David Dalton, Chief Executive, Salford Royal, gives his response to The King's Fund new report, Transforming the delivery of health and social care: the case for fundamental change.

Listen to David's response

Ruth Poole gives her response

Ruth Poole

Ruth Poole, Group Clinical Director, Healthcare at Home Ltd, gives her response to The King's Fund new report, Transforming the delivery of health and social care: the case for fundamental change.

Listen to Ruth's response

Jeremy Taylor gives his response

Jeremy Taylor

Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices, gives his response to The King's Fund new report, Transforming the delivery of health and social care: the case for fundamental change.

Listen to Jeremy Taylor's response

Programme

The evening's programme

This evening discussion brought together leaders in health and social care and policy makers to discuss the case for change and how transformation can be achieved.

Anna Dixon presented the key findings of our new report, Transforming the delivery of health and social care: the case for fundamental change, which was launched at the event. This was followed by a panel discussion which will debate:

  • are the models of care fit for the future? Can they respond to the drivers of change?
  • how do models of care need to change in future?
  • what is needed to bring about a transformation in the delivery of health and social care?

The panel comprises:

  • David Dalton, CEO, Salford Royl NHS Foundation
  • Ruth Poole, Group Clinical Director, Healthcare at Home Ltd
  • Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices